Hidden gem of North Chhattisgarh "Dangari Fall"

Tripoto
23rd Dec 2018
Photo of Hidden gem of North Chhattisgarh "Dangari Fall" by Saurabh Singh

Have you even been to Chhattisgarh!!!That too Jashpur!! If not then add to your bucketlist if you love exploring nature in its purest form!!In this natural beauty lies a hidden gem in the lap of nature that most of the locals are unaware of!!I am talking about the majestic Dangari waterfall.Journey to Dangari can be as adventurous as you have never imagined of.This beautiful waterfall is at the core of a dense forest and you need to trek a small distance of  2 km to reach there that too crossing a river two times.The journey from Jashpur is of about 100 km and every bit of it has very much an adventure guy needs.

The journey starts from Jashpur travelling through the dense forest,and if you love wildlife you can witness langoors along with beautiful wild birds.Birdwatching is becoming popular here as it is regarded as the valley of birds.

Photo of Jashpur, Chhattisgarh, India by Saurabh Singh

What comes next is Sanna, a place which is also called "Switzerland of Chhattisgarh".The beautiful landscape of this small town will definitely mesmerize you.Different fruits such as pear, strawberry etc. are also cultivated here and you can enjoy the fresh fruits.

Photo of Sanna, Jashpur, Chhattisgarh, India by Saurabh Singh

Just around 20 odd kilometers away from Sanna we will reach "Pandrapat". A pat region is a plain in between high altitude mountains and the term "pandra" stands for layer of ice. The dew in winters freeze here and the grasslands appears to be a sheet of ice during moring hours. Famous cultivation here is of potato and maize. Enjoying fresh maize in chilling winters that too baked in open fire is something of a life time experience.

Photo of Pandraput, Chhattisgarh, India by Saurabh Singh

More 20 kilometers and you will reach Dangari village. The view before reaching the village is breathtaking and well I can definitely call it a selfie point😊. After dangari you will have to trek around 2km crossing two rivers to finally reach the waterfall and enjoy nature in its purest form!!!

Photo of Dangari, Jashpur, Chhattisgarh, India by Saurabh Singh
Photo of Dangari, Jashpur, Chhattisgarh, India by Saurabh Singh
Photo of Dangari, Jashpur, Chhattisgarh, India by Saurabh Singh
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